Silver Alert CT- Jennifer Dulos, 50, New Canaan, 24 May 2019 #10 *ARRESTS*

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  1. Bulldogs2

    Bulldogs2 Well-Known Member

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    She probable had to take medication just to be able to deal with the living situation. People like that try to convince you that you’re the one who’s troubled. I hope LE can see through that
     
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  2. Chloe_ee

    Chloe_ee Well-Known Member

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    He better set his alarm so he can wake up at 5 o’clock am and make a whole lot of banging and clanging noise - you know that’s his usual standard.
     
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    Alice253 Live Every Moment

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    Yeah, and it still took what, 4 months IIRC, for Laci to surface. Wonder how long it would take for a metal drum to surface, or would it? I keep thinking that's what he did - placed her in a metal/steel drum and dumped the drum in a body of water. MOO
     
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  4. MemPat

    MemPat The EARTH without ART is just EH.

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    The fact that the judge ruled for FD to have supervised visits says there must have been clear proof (audio, video, emails, texts and/or interviews with the children) that he couldn't be trusted alone with them. It wouldn't be based on Jennifer's accusations.

    The bar is high to prove a parent is less than fit and I'm sure LE has access to all those records.

    If FD goes to trial I feel sure all the proof Jennifer provided during the custody case will be introduced into evidence.
     
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  5. Bulldogs2

    Bulldogs2 Well-Known Member

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    unfortunately he probably married her for the money. Look he is always looking into the camera. He loves himself.
     
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    Yeah, that's what I thought.
    Radar on line seems to be trying hard to make it sound like the pictures are more recent and that he is throwing away incriminating documents and God knows what in that "bulging" duffel bag. Imo
     
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    I have been following this discussion for several weeks now but only now posting for the first time to get comment from several of you. I know we spoke about the JD's suburban having Onstar on it. But then there was a discussion about whether it was paid for, or enabled.

    Onstar will track the vehicle regardless because they resell that data to traffic data companies.

    See article here OnStar Tracks Your Car Even When You Cancel Service

    It would be interesting to get your comments, If this was covered already pls ignore and my apologies.
     
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    I'm sure they do. Family court certainly did.
    They probably think he fits the profile of lots of criminals who killed their wives. Imo
     
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  9. MemPat

    MemPat The EARTH without ART is just EH.

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    That worked for Drew Peterson with wife, Stacey (so far).

    At least they were able to go back and get him for the other wife's "dry drowning" and trying to order a hit.

    Maybe FD will get all worked up while in jail for the tampering and do the same.

    One hopes.
     
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    oviedo Well-Known Member

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    Welcome ! I don’t think this was posted thank you !
     
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  11. MemPat

    MemPat The EARTH without ART is just EH.

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    Good info, bluberry. Welcome to Websleuths! (Would you like to buy an "e"?)
     
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    DBM
     
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  13. MemPat

    MemPat The EARTH without ART is just EH.

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    As we try to figure out how $14,000 could be spent on blood work, let's step back and remember these are Pattis' words. They mean nothing.
     
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    Let me get out my violin
     
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    MemPat The EARTH without ART is just EH.

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    MemPat The EARTH without ART is just EH.

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    I don't think a drum would float to the surface but what do I know?!

    I would imagine divers are looking for drums that haven't rusted yet among the long discarded junk at the bottom of the lakes. Surely there must also be technology that allows them to look through metal for the shape of a body.

    All the criminals who have disposed of bodies remaining undiscovered there must be having some nervous twitches these days.
     
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    Yes
     
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    How many metal drums would there be under water? Is it common to find them in the water around there?
     
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    ooohhhh.... and welcome!

    I wonder if the antennas we have in our cars for Sirius track us too. I feel like we're tracked by literally every thing anyway, though.
     
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    I am local to the area; and I cannot tell you how many men, not murderers of course, but are like FD, “rubber-stamp-husbands.”

    A guy without any real means to support himself, or his family; and his family is completely supplemented and supported by rich grandpa, usually the mothers very wealthy father.

    If the husband “works” the husband’s “company” is usually bankrolled by rich grandpa, and the businesses never turn a profit, it’s just something to do to keep the husband occupied.

    The woman gets a “husband and children,” and the “husband” gets to live a high life he didn’t earn. And they sort of coexist with in the home while living separate lives - usually the woman is extremely hands-on mother and the father the rubber-stamp-husband, just kind of comes and goes as a married bachelor.

    I know that sort of arrangement might sound insane to any other area; but this is fairly common in Connecticut, and I am in Fairfield County and on this beautiful Friday, I saw many of these do nothing type husbands on the golf course today, because they didn’t have real jobs to go to ... The rubberstamp husband comes and goes as he pleases and the wife doesn’t really care as long as he’s out of her hair.
     
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